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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Parity Group Plc LSE:PTY London Ordinary Share GB00B1235860 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 9.00 8.50 9.50 9.00 9.00 9.00 0.00 08:00:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 80.4 -1.1 -1.1 - 9

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02/1/2019
18:29
Brexit uncertainty means firms can’t invest with confidence New data shows that employers’ confidence in the prospects for the UK economy remained negative for the fifth successive month, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s latest JobsOutlook report. Following last month’s 3 percentage point improvement, confidence levels dropped by a percentage point this month to -12 from -11 in November 2018. The drop back in employers’ confidence in the economy coincides with confidence in making hiring and investment decisions declining by three percentage points, but remaining firmly in positive territory to a net of +13, the lowest level recorded since April 2018. Steel urself for profit warning, will drop to 3p
onjohn
24/12/2018
12:21
I can see this tank on the next update
opodio
13/12/2018
00:26
Well what a disastrous alast update. Sometimes it is best to just grit your teeth, cut your losses and get out asap. Can't see that this is an investable proposition at the moment and management credibility has been shot to pieces too. This could still have further to fall
onjohn
14/11/2018
13:35
Slow steady climb back up would be good, also keep the market abreast of the 'troubled' contract.........
chrisdgb
08/11/2018
08:46
More director purchases.
weatherman
06/11/2018
18:41
Yes maybe this could give us six warnings
opodio
03/11/2018
11:19
opodio, There have been two profit warnings, there was one in September. Also they don't always come in 3's, sometimes they come in 1's, 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's.
eastbourne1982
03/11/2018
00:57
the real reason the ir35 was pushed back from 2019 to 2020 is because of brexit. The risk of killing the contract market just when so much change (and that means It resource requirements) was just too scary.
ekuuleus
02/11/2018
13:49
Not after today’s profit warn Ir35 tax change will squeeze it further Likely to go bust
opodio
02/11/2018
13:18
Here is a company capable of making eps of 2p, trading at 7p.
weatherman
02/11/2018
10:03
4p coming hwre
rubberbullets
02/11/2018
09:25
Is net debt improving as contractor numbers are falling though?
stuart14
02/11/2018
08:11
Well over sold imo. Net debt position is improving.
weatherman
02/11/2018
07:37
Bad profit warning, price will tank to 6 - 7p today.
eastbourne1982
01/11/2018
13:51
Some usual noise here imo. dyor
aishah
01/11/2018
12:52
If you look at the Final accounts you will see that PTY are very well prepared for this contractor tax. Ultimately customers will have to pay for IT resource however contracted.
zipstuck
01/11/2018
12:12
oh and holiday pay sick pay maternity pay paternity pay what about long term sickness who pays for redundancy? training fees professional membership fees accountancy is about £1500. various mandatory insurances are about £800
ekuuleus
01/11/2018
12:11
how does IR35 work in respect of tax free and nI free schemes? E.g. Cycle to work, childcare vouchers dental and health plans tax free share save schme - Can I now join the 3/5/7 year share option scheme? SAYR schare scheme? company bonuses many companies have upwards of 10% annual bonus and the really big one salary sacrifice for pension - I was banging 80% into my pension scheme at work - do you get the NI back?
ekuuleus
31/10/2018
07:21
The changes aren’t an implementation of IR35, it’s just an adjustment in that the “contractor221; has to assess the correct level of tax is being paid rather than the subcontractor. It means the burden of risk in getting it wrong has been shifted to the employer rather than the contractor. Since the changes were adopted in the public sector, accountants say many organisations have decided to play safe and determine that engaged contractors fall under IR35. Read more at: hxxps://inews.co.uk/news/politics/budget/ir-35-changes-self-employed-workers-budget-2018/ Read more at: hxxps://inews.co.uk/news/politics/budget/ir-35-changes-self-employed-workers-budget-2018/ Very bad time to be in this space imho
opodio
30/10/2018
15:33
I be thinkin that 5p likely after bad budget news you snooze, you miss budget news , yooooo lose
onjohn
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